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Se não podem já comprar uma Impressora 3D, poderão ao menos, fazer uma pequenina, com este Instructable porreiro, que vos ensina a usar a Sucata dos vossos Computadores, para impimir, por cerca de 50 €:
EWaste 60$ 3DPrinter
This project describes the design of a very low budget 3D Printer that is mainly built out of recycled electronic components. The result is a small format printer for less than 100$.
First of all, we learn how a generic CNC system works (by assembling and calibrating bearings, guides and threads) and then teach the machine to respond to g-code instructions. After that, we add a small plastic extruder and give an overview on plastic extrusion calibration, driver power tuning and other few operations that will bring the printer to live. Following this instructions you will get a small footprint 3D Printer that is built with about an 80% of recycled components, which gives it a great potential and helps to reduce the cost significantly.
Esta notícia é muito especialmente dedicada à paz nas Famílias, e à Prevenção de Acidentes, como eliminaro emarenhado de cabos a correr pelo chão, com uma gigajoga que vale lá o que custar, porque organiza as Oficinas e Escritórios de TODOS os Engenhocas:
GaffGun tapes down wily cables – no squatting required
If you've ever worked in film/television production, special events setup, music production or any number of other similar industries, then you're probably familiar with a particularly unlikable task – taping cables down to the floor, so people don't trip over them. The GaffGun is designed to make that job considerably quicker and easier.Ordinarily, when taping down something like a power cord or audio cable, you start by squatting down, pulling the cable out straight on the floor, then scuttling along and laying short lengths of gaffer's tape (very similar to duct tape) perpendicularly across it at regularly-spaced intervals – this is necessary in order to "tack" the cable in place.